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Capturing essence of Thaipusam

FREELANCE photographer Kevin Ooi took nearly 6,000 shots of the last two Thaipusam festivals in his attempt to get to the heart of the celebration.

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Tech way to fitness

KEEPING up with daily exercise routines these days can be a lot easier with apps, which can help you, maintain good form and offer easy-to-follow tutorials.

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Kuching’s first shopping complex wants to reclaim lost glory

THE Electra House mall is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and the Association of Merchants Electra House (AMEH) wishes to revive it to its former glory.

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Tottenham treat local supporters to some exciting stuff

AFTER 36 years, Barclays Premier League club Tottenham Hotspurs touched down in Kuala Lumpur last week to play a Malaysia XI at the Shah Alam Stadium. And football fans from all over South-East Asia were left with wide grins on their faces.

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Smile more and be genuine, Socso staff told

SOCIAL Security Organisation (Socso) staff have been directed to smile more when dealing with customers.

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Group rewards school and students for excellence

SMJK (T) Mak Mandin in Butter-worth has the most number of UPSR 2014 high achievers among all Tamil schools in Penang.

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College hosts carnival for the needy

NEARLY 300 special guests had the time of their lives during the TOC Automotive College Foundation Day charity carnival in its campus in Petaling Jaya.

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Remembering Malayan war heroine Sybil

EXACTLY 67 years after her death on June 12, 1948, Malayan war heroine Sybil Kathigasu was honoured during the annual Remembrance Day at the Ipoh Cenotaph.

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Bringing out the best in Malaysians

RAISING a son with autism may have slowed down Bob Lee’s photography career, but it also gave him a meaningful way to use his skills.

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Bringing out the best in Malaysians

RAISING a son with autism may have slowed down Bob Lee’s photography career but it also gave him a meaningful way to use his skills.